Politics

Geopolitical Nature of the Local Conflicts in Caucasus

By Guram Marhulia. Doctor of Historical Sciences, Professor of Sukhumi State University (Georgia), President of the Caucasus International Center for Geostory and Geopolitics. The problem of armed conflicts is one of the most important issues at the present stage of

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President Ilham Aliyev Signed Order: Shusha is Cultural Capital of Azerbaijan

Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev on May 7, signed an order declaring the city of Shusha the cultural capital of Azerbaijan. In 1977, Azerbaijan’s national leader Heydar Aliyev declared the historical part of Shusha as the historical and architectural reserve. As

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Azerbaijan Demonstrating Humanism, Handed Over Three More Servicemen to Armenia

The plane carrying three Armenian servicemen who Baku returned to Yerevan – Robert Vardanyan, Samvel Shukhyan and Seyran Tamrazyan – landed at Yerevan’s Erebuni Airport, Armenian Deputy Prime Minister Tigran Avinyan. The Armenian servicemen were accompanied by the commander of

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Peace on the brink in Central Asia

By Shairbek Dzhuraev is president at Crossroads Central Asia, a Bishkek-based research institute. He previously served as deputy director at the OSCE Academy in Bishkek, and dean of academic development at the American University of Central Asia. Shairbek has a

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Permanent Representatives of The OIC Contact Group Countries Pay Visit to Aghdam District

The permanent representatives of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) Contact Group on Armenia’s aggression against Azerbaijan, have arrived in Azerbaijan’s Aghdam region, the Azerbaijani Foreign Ministry has reported. The delegation’s visit to Aghdam region liberated from Armenia’s occupation is aimed at witnessing the consequences of the war crimes

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Russian ‘Peacekeeping’ in Karabakh: Old Model, New Features, Mission Creep

By Vladimir Socor Under the November 9–10, 2020 armistice declaration, Russia’s “peacekeeping” mission in Upper (Nagorno) Karabakh is limited to 1,960 motor-rifle troops with light weapons and armored personnel carriers. According to Russian President Vladimir Putin, in his end-of-year Q&A session

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The Washington Post Highlights Celebration of Novruz in Liberated Azerbaijani Shusha

The Washington Post, a well-known news agency has published an article highlighting the fact that for the first time since the Armenian occupation, the Novruz holiday is being celebrated in Shusha city. In an article named “Azerbaijani president marks Nowruz

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Joe Biden Congratulates President Ilham Aliyev

US President Joe Biden sent a congratulatory letter to Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev. “Dear Mr. President, I want to wish you and the people of Azerbaijan a joyous and prosperous Novruz Bayram,” President Biden said. “This time of renewal is

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Ilham Aliyev on Historical Role of Turkey and Erdogan

‘Turkey is our brother. Turkey is our great ally. The Azerbaijani people are very pleased that they have such an ally as Turkey,’ Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev said, speaking at the virtual Summit of Economic Cooperation Economic Cooperation Organisation. ‘The

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Women Tend to Have Different Perspectives, other Issues, and other Ways of Working then Men

An interview with Mrs. Gerd-Liv Valla, former Minister of Justice and Police, and the first female resident of the Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions (largest umbrella organization of labour unions in Norway). AT: Norway is associated with fish, oil and

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